You can get anything you want

It’s Thanksgiving time here in the U.S. — the anniversary of the misadventure that inspired Arlo Guthrie’s song, Alice’s Restaurant. Despite what Guthrie says, it’s not just a song about Alice. It’s an anthem of the anti-Vietnam War movement in the late 1960s.

It also contains some good advice for technical communicators. As a seasonal treat for you, here are links to two articles I posted a couple of Thanksgivings ago. Enjoy.

You can get anything you want, Part 1
You can get anything you want, Part 2

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2 thoughts on “You can get anything you want

  1. Rick

    I never thought of the song as a lesson in TechComm…. I always thought it was a typical story of American blind justice.

    Reply

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